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Spanish Fun Facts For Beginners

So you’ve decide to learn Spanish and you’re now at the beginner level.

While you’re learning your verbs and grammar, also discover the lighter, more quirky side of Spanish by checking out some of our fun facts about the language.


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Feminine nouns mostly end in A, although "el Cometa" (the comet) is a masculine noun.

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Dog is "Perro" in Spanish. So a hot dog is "Perro Caliente!

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The little cap (or tilde) on top of the letter N in Spanish is not an accent. In fact, Ñ is a separate letter, only used in Spanish (español).

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Masculine nouns mostly end in O, although "la mano" (the hand) is feminine.

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Mandarin Chinese is the most widely spoken language on earth, with Spanish second and English third.

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Brazil is not a Spanish-speaking country. They speak Portuguese.

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Spanish derives from Latin, dating back to the Roman conquest of Iberia.

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Nueve means nine in Spanish.

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Although strange, the word mañana means both tomorrow and morning.

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Siesta means afternoon nap in Spanish. This was once a great custom all over Spain.

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